This delightful 1954-1965 vintage Australian toy cash register from Codeg will bring you back to the 50's-60's or playing shop keeper as a child. The body of the register is made of joined pieces of metal painted red, white and hammer tone grey with two clear plastic screens at the top. Features thirteen white, red and blue plastic buttons when pressed down rings a bell brings up sale and opens the drawer with corresponding price. Prices such as 1 pound, 3d, 5d and also No Sale and one label stickers stuck to centre of register reads; "Codeg made in England". The register is in good used working condition apart from one of the buttons missing, but good for its age in original condition and paint.
19cm H x 16.5cm W x 19cm D
Red/white and hammer tone gray
History of Codeg Toys
British firm Cowan de Groot produced toys under their better-known trademark 'Codeg'.
Codeg were amongst the fist Dr. Who toys licensees in 1965 and are famous for their Dalek robot toys.
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